Saints Peter and Paul Parish, the first Roman Catholic Parish in Beaver County, Pennsylvania has proclaimed the Gospel of Jesus Christ since 1830.

Then and now, we hold a deep devotion to The Eucharistic Celebration. Grateful to God for the tradition of our predecessors, the wisdom of our senior members and the energy of our young members, we continue to strive to grow in our friendship with Jesus Christ through the celebration of Word and Sacrament.

Mindful of ever-changing times, we endeavor to remain a beacon of Christian faith, welcome and service to one another and to the surrounding community.







Jn 6:41-51


Schedule & Intentions for this week’s Masses




Sat.        11          

9:00 a.m.             Mark Eschenfelder by the Krupp Family

6:00 p.m.             Valentino Rocco by the Fronk Family

Sun.       12          

7:30 a.m.             Frederick Heid by his Family                             

9:15 a.m.             For the Parishioners

11:00 a.m.          Christine Dominici Danza by her loving Family

12:30 p.m.          John Joseph Tress by the Gigliotti Family

Mon.     13

7:30 a.m.             Dolores Fantone by Robert and Janet Grier

Tues.     14

7:30 a.m.             Nancy E. Ruggeri by her Family

4:00 p.m.             John McGuire by his Wife






Wed.     15 (Assumption of Mary)

7:30 a.m.             Mary and Stanley Marczak by their Family

12:00 Noon        For the Parishioners

7:00 p.m.             Rebecca Sherry by Merle and Cindy Owens

Thu.       16          

7:30 a.m.             Virginia Cellerini Kovalyak by George and Thelma Kauffman

Fri.         17          

9:00 a.m.             Alice Bischak by Monica Zaremba

Sat.        18

9:00 a.m.             Patricia Colavincenzo by Amy Wengryn-Hansen

6:00 p.m.             Robert Slemenda by the his Family

Sun.       19

7:30 a.m.             Nicholas and Margaret Pavlinich by Nick, Alyssa, Tyler and Zach, their Great-Grandchildren

9:15 a.m.             For the Parishioners

11:00 a.m.          Kristy Nace Amonett by the Nace and Amonett Families

12:30 p.m.          Florence Ann Frund by the Gigliotti Family



Learn Jesus. Love Jesus. Live Jesus. To be On Mission for The Church Alive! means quite simply that we need to be excited about our faith. We need to be excited about our relationship with Jesus, we need to be eager to show it and we need to be eager to share it.

Visit The Diocese of Pittsburgh to learn about the following:

Final Parish Groupings;

New Clergy Assignments;

Other information about On Mission for The Church Alive!